USA

There are several leagues and levels in North America. We are specialists in matching the right player with the right club and coach. Contact us now for more information and price quotes.

 

There are several leagues and levels in North America. We are specialists in matching the right player with the right club and coach. Contact us now for more information and price quotes.

 

JUNIOR HOCKEY IN NORTH AMERICA

You can play Junior Hockey in the U.S. a little bit longer compared to Europe. During the 2020/21 season the oldest players will be born in 2000.

 

Tier 1: United States Hockey League (USHL).

Tier 2: North American Hockey League (NAHL).

Tier 3: North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) and the Eastern Hockey League (EHL).

Independent: NCDC and USPHL.

 

You can play Junior Hockey in the U.S. a little bit longer compared to Europe. During the 2020/21 season the oldest players will be born in 2000.

 

Tier 1: United States Hockey League (USHL).

Tier 2: North American Hockey League (NAHL).

Tier 3: North American 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) and the Eastern Hockey League (EHL).

Independent: NCDC and USPHL.

 

COLLEGE HOCKEY IN NORTH AMERICA

NCAA Division I is the highest level and student athletes can receive an athletic/hockey scholarship. The players tend to come from the best Junior leagues in North America and Europe.

 

NCAA Division III is also a very high level of hockey. The main difference between Division 1 and Division III is that you can only receive an academic/international scholarship. However, that usually makes up for a very good financial package.

 

ACHA College Hockey is what is commonly known as  “Club Hockey” (there are three levels: ACHA D1, D2, and D3). Club Hockey is a very good level of hockey, and often times a very good option for players who are not drawn to NCAA College Hockey.

NCAA Division I is the highest level and student athletes can receive an athletic/hockey scholarship. The players tend to come from the best Junior leagues in North America and Europe.

 

NCAA Division III is also a very high level of hockey. The main difference between Division 1 and Division III is that you can only receive an academic/international scholarship. However, that usually makes up for a very good financial package.

 

ACHA College Hockey is what is commonly known as  “Club Hockey” (there are three levels: ACHA D1, D2, and D3). Club Hockey is a very good level of hockey, and often times a very good option for players who are not drawn to NCAA College Hockey.

FAMILY ADVISOR

Many players and families get in touch with us because they need an advisor. Often times players need a knowledgeable advisor with a large network to discuss ideas, set up a plan, and get feedback etc.

 

We have a huge network both in Sweden and all other countries. Please contact us if you need extra support both for the present and for the future.

 

To hire SHC as a Family Advisor  is a valuable tool for you as a player and family.

 

 

 

 

Many players and families get in touch with us because they need an advisor. Often times players need a knowledgeable advisor with a large network to discuss ideas, set up a plan, and get feedback etc.

 

We have a huge network both in Sweden and all other countries. Please contact us if you need extra support both for the present and for the future.

 

To hire SHC as a Family Advisor  is a valuable tool for you as a player and family.

 

 

 

 

JUNIOR HOCKEY IN SWEDEN

Many European players look at Sweden as a first step to gain experience before (possibly) making the step over to North America. We can offer placement on Swedish Junior Teams in leagues such as J20 Superelit, J20 Elit, J18 Elit etc.

 

Please contact us for a detailed Program regarding playing Junior Hockey in Sweden.

Many European players look at Sweden as a first step to gain experience before (possibly) making the step over to North America. We can offer placement on Swedish Junior Teams in leagues such as J20 Superelit, J20 Elit, J18 Elit etc.

 

Please contact us for a detailed Program regarding playing Junior Hockey in Sweden.